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Covers - Performances of a song with the same name by different artists
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Around & Around
- This is a composite of 3 sources, compiled, patched and tweeked to represent the best available sources (imo) as of 12/19
- Thanks to all the folks responsible for these recordings
- 1st set (source A) from the Brian Schley collection (shnid134401) is unaltered (thanks Jamie)
- 2nd set Bennet/Smith/Morris (source B)(shnid12001) was quite fast, the channel orientation was incorrect, the tape flips were obscured and had multiple drop outs. This 2nd set source was pitch corrected, channel corrected, the drop outs patched and the entire .wav was eq'ed
- 2nd set partial Betty board (source C) was pitch corrected and channel corrected
- Thanks to Mark Severson and the folks responsible for the shnid145139 (FOB) Sony ECM270 source which supplies a 0:20 patch in the "Drums > The Other One" transition
- Noodle into Other One included in "The Other One"
July 27, 2020 Subject:
YOU KNOW OUR LOVE'LL NOT FADE AWAY!!!!
Many, many THANKS to ALL who made it possible for me to be listening to such an excellent version of this show!!! It is very obvious by the notes that putting this show together was NOT an easy task. And by the sound quality that is here, it is also obvious that all involved did a most excellent job. And your hard work paid off to produce a very excellent copy of Brent's very first concert playing keyboard for the Grateful Dead. Yes, I can't help but be nostalgic about it. TODAY IS THE 30 YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF BRENT MYDLAND'S DEATH. And the Grateful Dead that I knew had Brent Mydland on keyboards & vocals! Although I had desired to see the Dead at the Fox in Atlanta back in 85, I was unable to get a ticket cuz it was such a small venue. And they didn't come back to Atlanta until 88, so that ended up being my first show. So the Grateful Dead that I knew in concert changed when Brent died. I mean, don't get me wrong, I'm a guitar player, & a huge fan of other guitar players, & I truly fell in love with Jerry's guitar playing. But my first 8 shows were with Brent & after he passed, it was different. I went on to see the Grateful Dead a little more than 70 times. My last show with Brent playing was at Cardinal Stadium, Louisville, Kentucky on July 6th, 1990.
And it was a really great show too. But it wasn't easy getting use to him NOT being there. It wasn't until 93 that I began to NOT notice his absence at every show. I really & truly loved & enjoyed not just his keyboard playing, not just his wonderful voice, not just the fact that he contributed some really awesome songs to the band, not just his very presence but all of those things were a true joy. At times, it was as though he was dancing while sitting down playing his keys. As if you could see his spirit soaring twenty to thirty feet above his body while he was playing. It was beautiful. It was truly a shame that he died at such a young age too. It is truly a shame all the lives that have been lost due to the simple act of doing too much at once. All of you out there, always remember, if you are going to use drugs, know your limit & don't break it. You can always do a little more, as long as you don't kill yourself doing too much to start with. And having someone you can trust to call an ambulance if you need it is invaluable too. Lots of love to everyone!!! And also remember, if all you do is smoke weed, can't really overdose on weed!!!